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Stephen King -- Magazines, Books & Collectibles = In stock Price List;



BACHMAN, RICHARD (STEPHEN KING Writing as...) - MASS MARKET PAPERBACKS = ASK For DETAILS on ANY of Interest;**** The Long Walk (writing as Bachman, Richard); **** Roadwork (writing as Backman, Richard); **** The Running Man (writing as Backman, Richard);


BIZARRE ADVENTURES Magazine #29. NY,USA.: Marvel Comics Int. Ltd. 1981 Soft Cover. Very Good. First Thus. Magazine. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. (68 pages, inc covers) #29(Dec/1981) Contains; (1) an all-new original comics adaption of Stephen King's LAWNMOWER MAN cover & 21 page comic story, with art by Walt Simonson! (2) Greenberg the Vampire by J.M. DeMatteis-s & Steve Leialoha-a; (3) Bucky Bizarre by Steve Skeates-s & Steve Smallwood-a; Weight for Postage = 120 Grams; (VF=$10.00; FN=$7.00; VG=$5.00;);


The BERNI WRIGHTSON TREASURY - 52 pages. Color front & back covers; interview with Wrightson; a portfolio of his artwork; checklists of both comics and fanzine work; 3 pages Limpstrel comics; 6 page comics story = "FEED IT"; Loaded with Berni WRIGHTSON Art. >>> weight = 160 grams; VG $39 );



CAVALIER Magazine October 1970 - (Volume 20 #12); CONTENTS - (1) "Whatever Happened to Sin Cities?" by Paul Jenkins; (2) "The Healthiest Music Scene Around" by Lenny Kaye; includes; Detroit, the DC5, Iggy Stooge, etc; (3) "As Reisner Sees the Game" by Bob Reisner; ****** (4) "GRAVEYARD SHIFT" ORIGINAL Short Story by Steve King (STEPHEN KING) ***** (5) "Americarnal" = Bill Lee's Natural Blonde; (6) "The Algarve: Best Bargain of All" by Paul Brock; (7) "Revolution" by Arnold Swiller; (8) "The 24-Inch General" by Irwin Ross = Tomb Thumb & Lavinia Warren of P.T. Barnum; (9) "Deadbone" by Vaughn Bode; *** Two Lovers pictorial; Tokyo's Saseiby Torture Club; >>> Very RARE early Stephen King collectible; SOLD OUT);


CAVALIER. - Magazine (Volume 21 #5; March 1971 ); Cavalier's Cover Girl -- Lovely Laura **** CONTENTS - (1) "The Soldier Was a Lady" by Maurice DeWait; (2) "Johnny Winter and Steve Paul: Great White Hope & Super Vampire" by Ed McCormack; **** (3) "I am the Doorway" = 7 page short story by Stephen King; ***** (4) "Deadbone Erotica" 3 pages cartoons by Vaughn Bode; (5) "The Beautiful Drag Queens of San Francisco" by Burton H. Wolfe; (6) "Alex in Wonderland" by Michael Davenport; (7) "Meanwhile... Back on the Virlity Front" by M. Benedict; (8) "Dragon Year" by Thomas Arneal; (9) MGM - In the magic Backyard of a Hollywood Lion = Nude Pictorial with Sara Hoffman; *** Cavalier's Cover Girl -- Lovely Laura; and Introducing Belinda Bump; Centerfold & Pictorial on Gale Hunter; *** This Magazine is part of an Original Owner Petigree Collection, (the Manitoba Collection) of 50,000+ Comics, Magazines & Books. Most of the Items in this Collection have a UN-READ appearance, many obviously have NOT been read. Most still have Much or Most of the Original Cover Gloss. RARE early Stephen King collectible, in ANY Condition; This is an exceptional condition example, and is VERY RARE in this condition. Perfect for the discriminating Collector. ***>>> Magazine weight 195 grams. SOLD OUT);


CAVALIER. - Magazine (Volume 22 #4; February 1972 ); CONTENTS - (1) "Shirley" an interview by Bruce Arthur; (2) "Mary Jane Goes Around the World" by Jerome Tarshis; ***** (3) "Suffer The Little Children" = an ORIGINAL 6 page illustrated short story by STEPHEN KING; (Substantially revised & used again in Nightmares & Dreamscapes) ***** (4) "Deadbone Erotica" 3 pages color cartoons by Vaughn Bode; (5) "Spring Sking: Eight Top Choices" by Walter Phillips; includes nude pictorial with Giddy; (6) "Going Home" by Harold James Fisk; (7) "Joseph Papp is Doing Something, Right?" by Martin Williams; (8) "Paris' Remarkable Orly" by Richard Gilbert; (9) "Memoirs of the Big Sleep-In" by Richard Gilbert; *** Nude Pictorial with CARLA; WEED: Alex de Renzy's new movie; >>> Magazine weight 190 grams. SOLD OUT);



CAVALIER. - Magazine (Volume 22 #11; September 1972;) CONTENTS - (1) "Everybody's Wearing Long Hair Now" by Alan LeMond; (2) "Buggy Baby" (3) "Debunking Swiss Banking Myths" by Nye Willden; (4) "Forty Days and Forty Nights" by Joel Steven Fogel; (5) "The Waterway's Lure" by Harry B. Anderson; (6) "Swedish Smorgasbord" Cover Girl & pictorial, with Janet, Annki & Britt; ****** (7) "Battleground" = RARE Early 5 Page ORIGINAL story by STEPHEN KING; includes full page illustration; (Reprinted 6 years later in Night Shift); ***** (8) "Deadbone Erotica" = 3 pages color comics by Vaughn Bode; (9) "Who is A.J. Weberman" by Richard Gilbert; >>> Magazine weight 225 grams. SOLD OUT );



CAVALIER. - Magazine (Volume 23 #2; December 1972 ); CONTENTS - (1) "How Howard Hughes was Taken for a Ride by the Boys in Las Vegas" by Norman Pearlstine; (2) "The Lst Rap-and-Rock Festival" by Claudia Dreifus; (3) "Skiing Western Canada" by Walter Phillips; (4) "Bode Erotica" by Vaughn Bode; (5) "Finding a Fortune in the Auto Graveyard" by John Mebane; (6) "Adam's Servant" by David Dvorkin; ****** (7) "The Mangler" 9 page ORIGINAL short story by Stephen King, includes 1-1/2 page illustration; (Reprinted 6 Years later in Night Shift) ***** (8) "The Giant Elevator: a Cavalier Puzzle" by James R. Haning; (9) "Hallelujah! There Hoes Mrjoe!" by Nye Willden; >>> Magazine weight 210 grams. *** This Magazine is part of an Original Owner Petigree Collection, (the Manitoba Collection) of 50,000+ Comics, Magazines & Books. Most of the Items in this Collection have a UN-READ appearance, many obviously have NOT been read. Most still have Much or Most of the Original Cover Gloss. RARE early Stephen King collectible, in ANY Condition; This is an exceptional condition example, and is VERY RARE in this condition. Perfect for the discriminating Collector. *** G = $39);


CAVALIER. - Magazine (Volume 23 #5; March 1973 ); CONTENTS - (1) "The Boogeyman" 6 page ORIGINAL short story by Stephen King, includes full page illustration; Reprinted 5 years later in Night Shift; (2) "Cussin' - Celebrity Style" by Stanley P. Friedman; (3) "The Cliques: Return of the Street Gangs" by David Black; (4) "QBS" by Dikran Karagueuzian; (5) "Do-it-Yourself Television" by Richard Robinson; (6) "Paul Anka: Weathering the Transition" by Arnold Shaw; (7) "An Evening at Helen's" by Raymond V. Barlett; (8) "Bode Erotica" by Vaughn Bode; >>> Magazine weight 210 grams. *** This Magazine is part of an Original Owner Petigree Collection, (the Manitoba Collection) of 50,000+ Comics, Magazines & Books. VG = $75.00);


CAVALIER. - Magazine (Volume 23 #12; October 1973 ); CONTENTS - (1) (1) GRAY MATTER = 6 Page RARE TRUE-FIRST Appearance of this early STEPHEN KING short story; includes full page illustration by Ed Soyka; (Reprinted 5 years later in Night Shift); (2); SHAZAM ! Mr Christopher is up to his Old Tricks; A good MAGICIAN & a Smart Girl never tell their Secrets, by N.R. Kleinfield; (3) "Bode Erotica" 3 pages in color by Vaughn Bode; (4) BULLFIGHT in SPAIN is Mainly on the Wane; >>> Magazine weight 210 grams. SOLD OUT);


CAVALIER. - Magazine (Volume 24 #5; March 1974 ); CONTENTS - ***** (1) "Sometimes They Come Back" = 10+ page ORIGINAL short story by STEPHEN KING; includes full page painting illo pinup by JEFF JONES; (Reprinted 4 years later in Night Shift); ***** (2) "Have American Women Had It?" by Wilmon Menard; (3) "Solo" by Anthony Schiano; (4) "Corn Silk" by T.M. Ferguson; (5) "Circus Daze" by Ken Walker; (6) "Casey" by Bruce Miller; (7) "Bode Erotica" by Vaughn Bode; (8) "Instant Vacation Housing" by Ken Isaacs; (9) "The Iron Man of the Skin Flicks" by Edward Sigall; >>> Magazine weight 185 grams. SOLD OUT );


CAVALIER. - Magazine (Volume 25 #7; May 1975 ); CONTENTS - (1) "Tropic Zone" by James Meade; (2) Tongue in Cheek... and Other Places" by Christine Morris; (3) "Here's Charlie Again!" by Lar Hothem; (4) "Home Sweet Home" by Dick Donley; (5) "Mitchell Brothers: Enigmas of Porn" by Louis V. Bignami; (6) "The Lawnmower Man" = 5 page ORIGINAL short story by Stephen King; includes full page illustration by Ed Soyka; (Reprinted 3 years later in Night Shift) (7) "Pleasures of the Barnyard" by Mark Swain; (8) "The Last Laugh: Oz Revisited" by Joseph Dawes; SOLD OUT);


CAVALIER. - Magazine (Volume 26 #1; November 1975; CONTENTS - ***** (1) "Strawberry Spring" = RARE early 5 page short story by STEPHEN KING; Includes full page illustration; This story originally appeared in Ubris Fall 1968, but is Substantially Revised for this magazine & is thus a new ORIGINAL Short Story; (Reprinted 3 years later in Night Shift) ***** (2) "OTHELLO: Bared Bard" (3) The Coming Revolution in Home TV" by Robin Lanier; (4) "Pyramid Power!" by Frank D. Albro; (5) "Free to a Good Home" by Zachary B. Antonio; (6) Moroccan Vacation"; (7) "Here's Charlie Again!" by Lar Hothem; (8) "An Oriental Slant"; (9) "A Winner Every Time" by Robert Walter; (10) "Lord of the Fliers" by C.E. Downey; (11)" Look Out! It's a Mass. Driver" by David Gumpert; (12)" Map Madness: Traveler Beware!" by R.W. Pelton; (13) "Deadbone" = 4 pages B&# Cartoons by Vaughn Bode; (14) "The last Laugh: Lamb-poon"; (15) Skipping Stones in America = Music article with ROLLING STONES & others; >>> Magazine weight 225 grams. *** This Magazine is part of an Original Owner Petigree Collection, (the Manitoba Collection) of 50,000+ Comics, Magazines & Books. Most of the Items in this Collection have a UN-READ appearance, many obviously have NOT been read. Most still have Much or Most of the Original Cover Gloss. RARE early Stephen King collectible, in ANY Condition; This is an exceptional condition example, and is VERY RARE in this condition. Perfect for the discriminating Collector. FINE+, Near New = $79.00);


CAVALIER. - Magazine (Volume 26 #7; May 1976 ); CONTENTS - (1) "Give The Lady What She Wants" by M. George Haddad; (2) "The Dale Tale" by Robert Meyers; (3) Why Didn't IThink Of That?" by Marin Grosswirth; ***** (4) "Weeds" = 7 page ORIGINAL short story by Stephen King; Includes 2 full page Photo illustrations; (Reprinted 6 years later in CREEPSHOW, under the new title "Lonesome Death of Jordy Verrill") ***** (5) "The American Dream" by Steven-Davis-King; (6) "Drop Dead, Chink Martin!" by Harry Prince; (7) "Island Fever" by Deane E. Bostick; (8) "Bode's Broad" by Vaughn Bode; (9) "Mango Motel!" by Otis Sweat; >>> Magazine weight 230 grams. *** This Magazine is part of an Original Owner Petigree Collection, (the Manitoba Collection) of 50,000+ Comics, Magazines & Books. Most of the Items in this Collection have a UN-READ appearance, many obviously have NOT been read. Most still have Much or Most of the Original Cover Gloss. RARE early Stephen King collectible, in ANY Condition; This is an exceptional condition example, and is VERY RARE in this condition. Perfect for the discriminating Collector. * SOLD OUT );


CAVALIER. - Magazine (Volume 27 #8; June 1977;) CONTENTS - (1) "Welcome to Naked City" by Walter Oleksy; (2) "Will You Die in the Saddle?" by Frank Thistle; (3) "Auto-Eroticism" by Kurt Schnurr; (4) "The Tahoe Marathon" by Ron Miller; (5) "A New Sensation"; (6) "The Seven Sexy Wonders of the World" by William Garvin; (7) "You're Fired" by Irwin Ross; **** (8) "The Cat From Hell" = 11 Page Complete Original RARE short story by STEPHEN KING; includes 2 page Photo illustration; (the first 500 words appeared in the incomplete version in March 1977); ****** (9) "Rocky Mountain High"; (10) "Lines, Point Spreads, and Middles" by William Barry Furlong; (11) "The Green Slime" by K.L. Jones; (12) Texas Slim; (13) "Borderlines" by Lo Linkert; (14) "Running Scared" by Dick Beaird; (15) "Mango Motel" by Otis Sweat; (16) "Spelunking"; >>> Magazine weight 225 grams. *** This Magazine is part of an Original Owner Petigree Collection, (the Manitoba Collection) of 50,000+ Comics, Magazines & Books. Most of the Items in this Collection have a UN-READ appearance, many obviously have NOT been read. Most still have Much or Most of the Original Cover Gloss. RARE early Stephen King collectible, in ANY Condition; This is an exceptional condition example, and is VERY RARE in this condition. Perfect for the discriminating Collector. *SOLD OUT);


CINEFANTASTIQUE Double Issue - Magazine ( Spring 1979; Volume 9 #3 / Volume-9 #4) Special BLACK HOLE Cover & Article; >> Also; " Salem's Lot" 2 Pages Stephen King);
KING, STEPHEN. -Paul M. Sammon; Frederick S. Clarke; Steven Dimeo; Glen Lovell; Kay Anderson; // Book Description: Frederick S. Clarke., Oak Park, Illinois, USA, 1979. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. David B. Mattingly Cover (illustrator). TRUE FIRST Edition MAGAZINE Format Thus. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. CINEFANTASTIQUE Double Issue - Magazine ( Spring 1979; Volume-9 #3 / Volume-9 #4); 96 pages including covers) CONTENTS - (1) " Salem's Lot" Movie by Glenn Lovell, 2 Pages with photos Stephen King; (2) "Visions: Peter Ellenshaw" interview by Paul M. Sammon; (3) "Best of the Seventies" by Frederick S. Clarke; (4) "The Black Hole" by Steven Dimeo; (5) "Meteor" by Steven Dimeo; (6) "Salem's Lot" by Glen Lovell; (7) "Star Trek - The Motion Picture" by Kay Anderson; >>> Magazine weight 300 grams. Magazine. Bookseller Inventory # 7562-1 Price:US$ 15.00


CINEFANTASTIQUE (Frederick S. Clark Pub.)

CINEFANTASTIQUE (Frederick S. Clark Pub.) September-October 1982; (Volume 13 #1; Scariest Men in America? = Front cover of Stephen King, George Romero, Tom Savini with Articles, including CREEPSHOW; Slapstick by Kurt Vonnegut; Introvision; Behind the Scenes with E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial by Steven Spielberg;  Movie Reviews of = Blade Runner, Firefox, Poltergeist, Walt Disney’s Tron, the Thing by Carpenter, Star Trek II the Wrath of Khan; FN+ = $14.00; VG/FN = $10.00)

CINEFANTASTIQUE (Frederick S. Clark Pub.) #58 (December/1983-January/1984; Volume 14 #2; Front cover = The Dead Zone by Stephen King Movie by David Cronenberg, with Article; Stephen King on Cujo, Christine & Daed Zone; Filming David Cronenberg’s Videodrome; Inventory #7363- /// FN+=$14.00; FN=$12.00; VG/FN=$10.00);


CINEFANTASTIQUE - Magazine ( December/1983-January/1984; Volume 14 #2;) >>> Right Stuff, Brainstorm, Space Ace Dead Zone, Films of David Cronenberg, Videodrome, Stephen King KING, STEPHEN. - Cronenberg; Tim Lucas; Anthony Reveaux; Kyle Counts & Charlotte Woter; Les Paul Robley; Kyle Counts; Les Paul Robley; Joseph Francavilla; David J. Hogan; Steven Dimeo; Book Description: Frederick S. Clarke., Oak Park, Illinois, USA, 1984. Soft Cover. Book Condition: FINE. Roger Stine Illustrated Cover. (illustrator). TRUE FIRST Edition MAGAZINE Format Thus. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. CINEFANTASTIQUE - Magazine ( December/January1983/84; Volume 14 #2; 64 pages including covers; ) CONTENTS - (1) 2 pages on Stephen King (2) ; Stephen King's "Dead Zone" = 8 pages on Cronenberg's Film Cover & Article ; (2) Cronenberg's "Videodrome" 15+ page article by Tim Lucas; includes 1 page Deborah Harry / Blondie interview & 1 page James Woods interview; (3) 2 Pages about Stephen King; (4) film article "The Right Stuff" by Anthony Reveaux; (5) film article "Brainstorm" by Kyle Counts & Charlotte Woter; (6) cartoon "Space Ace" by Les Paul Robley; REVIEWS (7) REVIEWS = "Cujo" by Kyle Counts; Koyaanisqatsi" by Les Paul Robley; "The Evil Dead" by Joseph Francavilla; "The Dead Zone" by David J. Hogan; "Nightmares" by Steven Dimeo; >>> Magazine weight 175 grams. Magazine. Bookseller Inventory # 7563-1 Price: US$ 15.00


CINEFANTASTIQUE - Magazine ( May/1985; Volume 15 #2); >>> Lord of Light, Dreamscape, Walt Disney presents Tim Burton's Frankenweenie, Michael Crichton Runaway, Cat's Eye, tephen King, Titan Find, Ghoulies, Indiana Jones /// Book Description: Frederick S. Clarke., Oak Park, Illinois, USA, 1985. Soft Cover. Book Condition: VERY GOOD Minus. PHOTO Cover From Film/Movie. (illustrator). TRUE FIRST Edition MAGAZINE Format Thus. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. CINEFANTASTIQUE - Magazine ( May/1985; Volume 15 #2); CONTENTS - (1) "Lord of Light"; (2) Dreamscape" by Michael Mayo; (3) Walt Disney presents Tim Burton's "Frankenweenie" by Michael Mayo; (4) "Michael Crichton" on Robots, writing & directing SF & "Runaway" by Dennis K. Fischer; (5) " Cat's Eye" = 4 Pages of Stephen King on filming his Nightshift movies; (6) "The Titan Find" by Michael Mayo; (7) "Ghoulies" by Dennis K. Fischer; (8) "Indiana Jones & the Temple of Doom" by Allen Malmquist; >>> Magazine weight 175 grams. Magazine. Bookseller Inventory # 7564-1 Price: US$ 12.00


COMICS JOURNAL - the Magazine of News & Critisism #79 (January 1983; Comics Fanzine); New TEEN TITANS Cover; George PEREZ & Marv Wolfman Interviews; >> Creepshow = 3-1/2 Pages Stephen King KING, STEPHEN. - Gary Groth; Kim Thompson; Heidi MacDonald Kim Thompson Kellty Green: Dale Luciano George Perez; Marv Wolfman; Marilyn Berthke; Dale Luciano Harlan Ellison; Carter Scholz /// Book Description: Fantagraphics Books, Stanford, Connecticut, USA., 1983. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Very Good to Fine. Scott Hampton Cover. (illustrator). TRUE FIRST Edition MAGAZINE Format Thus. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. THE COMICS JOURNAL MAGAZINES #79 (January 1983; Comics Fanzine; 116 pages); CONTENTS - (1) "Marvel's War with the Press" by Gary Groth; (2) "Newwatch" by Kim Thompson; GRAPHIC STORY REVIEWS - (3) "This is it? (Or: What Nice Paper You Have!) Heidi MacDonald on The New Mutants and Dredstar"; (4) "Crazy Bitches in Trenchcoats" Kim Thompson on Ms Tree: I, For an Eye and Kellty Green: The Go-Between"; (5) "Trolls, Absurdist Humor, and Riffs from Citizen Kane' Dale Luciano on Creepshow, The Life of Pope John Paul II, The Goblin, Deadspawn, and Fandom Confidential"; INTERVIEWS - (6) "I Was Born to be a Comic Book Artist" by George Perez; (7) "The New Teen Titans" by Marv Wolfman; COLUMNS - (8) "The Fan Press - Roots" by Marilyn Berthke; (9) "Cinema Journal - EC Horror Stories Mistranslated Into Film" by Dale Luciano on Creepshow ("Creepshow" 3 - 1/2 Pages Stephen King's scary monsters live next door by Stephen King;) (10) "An Edge in My Voice - Gobbledygook on Olympus" by Harlan Ellison; (11) "The Lake Isle - Bad Books" by Carter Scholz; >>> Magazine weight 175 grams. Magazine. VF=$19; FN=$15; VG/FN=$12; G/VG=$9);


THE COMPLEAT STEPHEN KING - The Complete Chronicle of the Master of the Macabre Volume One. (Volume 1); Hise, James Van - (Stephen King Related) /// Book Description: Schuster & Schuster, Inc., Los Angeles, California, USA., 1987. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. PBO (Paperback Original) True First Ed. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 68 pages including covers. >>> Stated "First Printing - August/1987"; >>> CONTENTS - The Novels (1) Carrie; (2) Salem's Lot; (3) The Shining; (4) The Stand; (5) Dead Zone; (6) Firestarter; (7) Cujo; (8) Cycle of the Werewolf; (9) Pet Sematary; (10) The Talisman; (11) IT; (12) Christine; Collected Fiction - (1) Night Shift; (2) Dark Tower; (3) Different Seasons; Trade Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 7165-2 Price: US$ 9.00


COSMOPOLITAN magazine

COSMOPOLITAN magazine  March / 1976;  cover girl = Denise Hopkins; Salem's Lot by Stephen King, Novel abridged to about 20 pages, with illustration; Surprising Private Lives of Sex-Perts Masters & Johnson; Merv Griffin: Pussycat Empire Builder; Famous Girls who Pose Nude; Diana Rigg of TV’s the Avengers = 4 page Article with Interview; Rubbing Wear at Right edge of Cover; VG = $25.00);



CUJO - The VHS MOVIE in Clamshell Box! KING, STEPHEN. // Book Description: Warner Bros. Television., Canada, 1984. Book Condition: Very Good to Fine. First Thus. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. "CUJO" the VHS Movie! ORIGIANL VHS movie issue, in original Clamshell plastic box from 1984! (All others are reprints) 94 minute movie!. VHS MOVIE!. Bookseller Inventory # 1225 Price: US$ 12.00 );


ELLERY QUEEN'S MYSTERY MAGAZINE DECEMBER 1, 1980 VOL. 76 NO. 6 (WHOLE NO. #447) The Wedding Gig by Stephen King - 162 pages. *** PHOTO Front Cover depicts JULIAN SYMONS; >> CONTENTS - (1) "The Theft of the Thanksgiving Turkey" by Edward D. Hoch; (2) "The Theft That Wasn't a Theft" by J. F. Peirce; (3) "A Lady of Refinement" by Jane Speed; (4) "The Shades of Death" by John F. Suter; (5) "Blue Note" by T. M. Adams; (6) "Evocation of Evil" by John C. Boland; (7) "Human INterest Angle" by Hal Charles; (8) "The Missing Mystery Writer" by Joyce Segal; (9) "I Want my Lawyer" by Nicholas Snow; (10) "The Mysterious Messenger" by Hope Raymond; (11) "The Riner" by John Abbott; (12) "Murder Lock 'D IN" by Lillian de la Torre; (13) "Occupant Box 253" by Marilyn Pribus; (14) "The Wedding Gig" by Stephen King; (15) "Value for Money" by Julian Symons; (16) "The Jury Box" by Jon L. Breen; >>> Book Weight = 105 Grams; *** Has Mailing Label on Right side of Cover; Cover has minot Water damage with minor wrinkling; Good to Very Good.$15; *** Has partial Mailing Label on Right side of Cover; Minor Paper Pull. >>> Store stamp on front endpage; VG $20; **** Scarcer Thus = with NO Mailing Label. Very Good to Fine $25; **** Scarcer Thus = with NO Mailing Label. Creasing near bottom of Covers; G/VG $17;


ENTERPRISE INCIDENTS STAR TREK FANZINE MAGAZINE 1984 STEPHEN KING SPECIAL ISSUE = SOLD OUT



the EYES OF THE DRAGON. (ISBN: 067081458X) KING, STEPHEN. Book Description: The Viking Press., USA., 1987. Cloth. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: FN+, Near New!. David Palladini. (illustrator). First Edition By This Publisher. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 326 pgs. Artwork was rendered in pencil and ink on Bienfang velour paper. Dustjacket is new, with minor edge wear, & fold on inside flap, thus FN+. Hardcover. Bookseller Inventory # 775 Price: US$ 15.00


FAMOUS MONSTERS - Magazine #162 (April 1980); >>> Star Trek the Motion Picture interviews; Walt Disney's "The Black Hole" COVER & Article; 6 Page interview with Stephen King re "Salem's Lot" with many Photo's; Book Description: Warren Communications Corp., New York, NY, USA., 1980. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Near FINE. PHOTO Cover! (illustrator). TRUE FIRST Edition MAGAZINE Format Thus. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. FAMOUS MONSTERS - Magazine (#162; April 1980; 76 pages ); CONTENTS - (1) Fangmail; (2) "Star Trek the Motion Picture" interviews with cinematic artisan Mike Minor; (3) "Doll of Steele" by Barbara Steele; (4) "Birthday Witches"; (5) "Tanya's Island"; (6) Walt Disney's "The Black Hole" COVER & Article; (7) "Fogbound"; (8) "Mystery Photo" (9) "Never Say You're Sorry" by Stanley Donen; (10) 6 Page interview with Stephen King re "Salem's Lot" with many Photo's; (11) "Beast From the Abyss"; (12) "Rare Treats"; (13) "Graveyard Examiner"; >>> Magazine weight 125 grams. Magazine. Bookseller Inventory # 7567-1 Price: US$ 12.00


FANTASTIC FILMS, the magazine of Imaginative Media (Blake Pub. Corp.)  #32 (February/1983; Special Holiday edition; Cover Features YODA, Dark Crystal & .T. the Extra-Terrestrial; Stephen King interview; Stephen King  & George Romero on CREEPSHOW; Official Progress Report on STAR WARS: REVENGE of the JEDI New Facts & Photo’s; Jim Henson & Gary Kurtz interviews on Dark Crystal; Twice Upon a Time; Aaron Lipstradt interview re Android;  FN+ = $14.00; VG/FN = $10.00)



Fantasy and Science Fiction Volume 93 Number 4 & 5, October / November 1997; CONTENTS - NOVELLAS - "Deus X" by Jerry Oltion & Kristine Kathryn Rush; (2) "Everything's Eventual" by Stephen King; NOVELETS - "God is Thus" by Walter M. Miller, jr.; SHORT STORIES - (1) "Transcendence" by Nancy Springer; (2) "The Hole in the World" by Jack Williamson; (3) "Paul and Me" by Michael Blumlein; (4) "To Church with Mr. Multhiford" by Robert Reed; (5) "Down the Fool's Road" by Lisa Goldstein; (6) "The Player by Terry Bisson; (7) "Like the Gentle Rain" by Lewis Shiner; *** Scarcer Thus = with NO Mailing Label. FINE+, Near New $14);


Fantasy and Science Fiction, Volume 79 Number 6, December 1990; CONTENTS - SPECIAL STEPHEN KING SECTION - (1) "The Moving Finger" by Stephen King; (2) "Stephen King" by Algis Budrys; (3) "Stephen King: Bibliography" by Marsha De Filipp; (4) "The Bear" by Stephen King; SHORT STORIES - (1) "Vindolanda in Winter" by S. Newman; (2) The Boot" by Paul Di Filippo; (3) "Reflection in a Window" by Ronald Anthony Cross; (4) "Behind the Barrier" by Stephen Kraus; DEPARTMENTS - "Science: Trapping the Rainbow" by Isaac Asimov; *** Scarcer Thus = with NO Mailing Label. FINE+, Near New $12; *** Scarcer Thus = with NO Mailing Label. As New $15 );



FANTASY NEWSLETTER Magazine. #42 (Volume 4 #11; Whole Number #42; November/1981); >>> Karl Edward Wagner; Stephen King's Cujo; Interview with Tanith Lee; KING, STEPHEN. - Karl Edward Wagner; Douglas W. Winter; Tanith Lee; /// Book Description: Florida Atlanta University Pub;, Boca Raton, Florida, USA, 1981. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Very Good to Fine. Raul Garcia Capella Illustrated Cover. (illustrator). TRUE FIRST Edition MAGAZINE Format Thus. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. FANTASY NEWSLETTER Magazine. (Volume 4 #11; #42; November/1981); CONTENTS - (1) "Celluloid S&S: Boon or Menace? 3 pages by Karl Edward Wagner; (2) Stephen King "Cujo: Nope, Nothing Wrong Here" By Douglas W. Winter = 2-1/6 Page review; (3) 4 Page Interview with Tanith Lee; (4) the British Scene by Mike Ashley; >>> Dragon & Robot playing Chess Cover by Raul Gapella. >> Illustrations by; Sabrina Jarema; Sarah Clemens; Stephen Fabian; John Barnes; >>> weight 125 grams. Magazine. Bookseller Inventory # 7568-1 Price: US$ 12.00 );


Fantasy Review June 1984 Stephen King Article = SOLD OUT


FEAR – The World of Fantasy & Horror Magazine (Newsfield Publication; UK MONSTER MAGAZINE) -

#2  (September-October/1988;  JAMES HERBERT Haunted by Success, STEPHEN KING in Search of the Dark Tower, DEAN R. KOONTZ interview; CLIVE BARKER, the Hellraiser is Back; Original Fiction by Shephen Laws, Brian Lumley & Kim Newman; ZOMBIES on the Big Screen; FN+ = $18.00; VG = $12.00)



FEAR Magazine #8 (August/1989; UK/British); >> "The Maine Man" 2 Pages Stephen King);
KING, STEPHEN. - Brian Lumley, Tom Savini, James Herbert; Christopher Pike
Book Description: Newsfield Ltd. & John Gilbert, Ludlow, Shropshire, UK, 1989. Soft Cover. Book Condition: FINE. Oliver Frey Illusrated Cover. (illustrator). TRUE FIRST Edition MAGAZINE Format Thus. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. FEAR Magazine (#8; August/1989; UK/British) ; CONTENTS - (1) Necroscope III: The Source, COVER & 5 page article written by Brian Lumley; (2) Fear Fiction Extra; (3) Dante's Divine Comedies" about Gremilins 2; (4) "Hear No Evil, See No Evil" by Tom Savini; (5) "Young Blood" by Christopher Pike; (6) "At Home with..James Herbert" = 1 page with Photo, by Dave Hughes; (7) "Metamorphosis" by Philip Nutman talks to Steve Niles; (8) "The Maine Man" = 3 Page Stephen King article on his home town = Maine, New Englad, USA, with 8 photo's; (9) "Raising the Dead"; >>> NINE illustrated HORROR & SF Short stories; >>> Magazine weight 200 grams. Magazine. Bookseller Inventory # 7569-1 Price: US$ 12.00 );


FEAR Magazine #9 (September/1989; UK/British); >> Night Plague COVER & Night Warriors sequel by Graham Masterton; Batman by Alan Grant; John Bolton; Charles L. Grant; The Maine Man" = 2 Pages re Stephen King home Town; Phantasm II
KING, STEPHEN. -Graham Masterton; James Hong; Steve Patino; Alan Grant; John Bolton; C.L. Grant;
Book Description: Newsfield Ltd. & John Gilbert, Ludlow, Shropshire, UK, 1989. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Very Good to Fine. Oliver Frey Illusrated Cover. (illustrator). TRUE FIRST Edition MAGAZINE Format Thus. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. FEAR Magazine (#9;September/1989; UK/British; 84 pages including covers) ; CONTENTS - (1) Fiction exclusive 8 page extract; "Night Plague" COVER & Night Warriors sequel by Graham Masterton; (2) "Big Trouble in Chinatown" by James Hong; (3) Phantasm II: "The Ball Game" by Steve Patino (4) "The Many Lives of Batman" 3 pages by Alan Grant; (5) "The Only Thing it Doesn't Do is Move" 5 pages about Bolton, with 7 illustrations by John Bolton; (5) 3 pages "Quiet Wolf" about Charles L. Grant; (6) "The Maine Man" = 2 Page Stephen King article on his home town = Maine, New England, USA, with 5 photo's; >>> EIGHT illustrated HORROR & SF Short stories; >>> Magazine weight 200 grams. Magazine. Bookseller Inventory # 7570-1 Price: US$ 12.00


Forrest J. Ackerman's MONSTERLAND (New Media Pub. Inc; Editior = Forrest J. Ackerman)

Volume-1 #2 (April/1985;Elvira, Sybil Danning, V with Jane  Badler; Scarcest issue; Charles Grant Interview with Stephen King; STING meets Bride; A New Godzilla; the Stuff; Frankenweenie; Vincent Price’s Bloodbath at the House of Death; One Page Pinups each of Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi & Lon Chaney; VG/FN $18);




FRANKENSTEIN or the Modern Prometheus (Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's...) (Stephen KING Intro & Berni WRIGHTSON art) (ISBN: 0396082777) KING, STEPHEN. (Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley) /// Book Description: Dodd, Mead & Company., New York, NY, USA., 1983. Cloth. Book Condition: AS NEW. Dust Jacket Condition: FINE+ Near New DJ. WRIGHTSON, BERNI (illustrator). TRUE FIRST Comics Adaption Thus. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. 192 pages. (Book Weight = 850 Grams) Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley masterpiece "FRANKENSTEIN the Novel, this Scarce HARDCOVER Edition is Profusely illustrated by BERNI WRIGHTSON, the Master of Comics Graphic Horror; Inrto by STEPHEN KING; [This Hardcover was later reprinted in Trade Paperback by Marvel Comics] This HARDCOVER Edition is MUCH scarcer than the Trade Paperback. >> (This is NOT the Extra-Rare Signed edition) *** EXTRA SCARCE in HIGH GRADE Collectible Condition; >> (Trade Paper FINE++, Almost New! $75);


HEAVY METAL - Magazine (Volume V #4; July 1981); CONTENTS - (1) "The Richard Corben Interview" by Brad Balfour; (2) "Bloodstar" by Robert E. Howard, adapted by John Jakes, John Pocsik; illustrated by Richard Corben; (3) "Tex Arcana by John Findley; (4) "The Blue Air Compressor" = 3 page Short story by Stephen King; illustration by Walt Simonson; (5) "Firazby Philippe Druillet; illustrated by Picotto; (6) "Outland; adapted by Jim Steranko; (7) "The Immortals' Fete" by Enki Bilal; (8) "Paradise" by Vincente Alcazar; (9) "Whoodoo the Voodoo? by Caza; (10) "Cody Starbuck" by Howard Chaykin; (11) "Rock Opera" by Rod Kierkegaard, jr.; "12) "The Bus" by Paul Kirchner; ASK)


GALLERY - Magazine Volume 9, #12; [December 1981; 128 pages including covers; BONUS INSERT booklet "The Jaunt" (12 page Stephen King; page # 48-79.);

BONUS INSERT "Christmas Love Book" booklet; Weight for Postage = 225 Grams);

Inventory #7573-1 (Stephen King booklet still Attached; Love book Attached, VG/FN=US$39.00);

Inventory #7573-4 (Stephen King booklet still Attached; Love book insert missing, VG=US$24.00)

Inventory #7573-6 (Stephen King booklet still Attached; Love book insert missing, FN=US$30.00)

Inventory #7573-7 (Stephen King booklet still Attached; Love book insert missing, VG/FN=US$27.00)

Inventory #7573-8 (Stephen King booklet still Attached; Love book insert missing, FN=US$30.00)

Inventory #7573-9(Bonus Christmas Love Book is detached, but still present; >>> Bonus Stephen King Booklet still Originally attatched; VG=US$32.00);



GALLERY - Magazine (Volume 5 #9; August 1977;) 116 pages including cover); >>> Includes; (1) "Man as God: the Promise and Horror of DNA" by Hal Fosnot; (2) "The Gorilla Killer" by Beau Williford; (3) "Interview with Robert Klein"; (4) "Guide for a Together Summer" by Sita Butler; (5) "The New Sexhibitionism" by Christina Antonelli; (6) "Young, Clear & Spirited"; ***** (7) "The Man who Loved Flowers" = 4 page ORIGINAL Short story by Stephen King; includes color illustration by Chris Spollen; ***** (8) "Private Lives: Last Days of a Lover"; (9) Willow of the Onondaga" photos by Jean-Pierre Muhlstein; (10) My French Connection" photos by Marv Gitell; (11) "Joy Ride" photos by Siwer Phlsson;>>> Magazine weight 265 grams. *** This Magazine is part of an Original Owner Petigree Collection, (the Manitoba Collection) of 50,000+ Comics, Magazines & Books. Most of the Items in this Collection have a UN-READ appearance, many obviously have NOT been read. Most still have Much or Most of the Original Cover Gloss. SCARCE early Stephen King collectible, in ANY Condition; This is an exceptional condition example, and is RARE in this condition. Perfect for the discriminating Collector. *** SOLD OUT);


GALLERY - Magazine (Volume 10 #11; November 1982; 142 pages including cover); "RAVISHING Special Issue": >>> Includes; (1) Girl Next Door of the Year = Beverly S. from Norfolk, Virginia;, cover, pictorial & Centerfold; (2) Exclusive; The FBI File on JFK -President John F. Kennedy; (3) Miss America finalist shows all & tells all; (4) ROLLING STONES Last Tour; The TEX-MEX Drug Scene, by Clifford Irving; ********* BONUS INSERT booklet ORIGINAL published appearance of "The RAFT" = (28 Page Stephen King; 8" x 5-1/4" booklet); (Originally Titled "the Float" meant for 1969 Adam magazine, but NOT published; Re-Written for this edition) (Revised version reprinted 3 years later in Skeleton Crew) ***** >>> Magazine weight 300 grams. *** This Magazine is part of an Original Owner Petigree Collection, (the Manitoba Collection) of 50,000+ Comics, Magazines & Books. Most of the Items in this Collection have a UN-READ appearance, many obviously have NOT been read. Most still have Much or Most of the Original Cover Gloss. RARE early Stephen King collectible, in ANY Condition; This is an exceptional condition example, and is VERY RARE in this condition. Perfect for the discriminating Collector. *** SOLD OUT);


GENT- Magazine  (Volume 16 #6; DECEMBER 1975 ); CONTENTS - (1) The Boogeyman = 6+ Page story by STEPHEN KING, includes illustration; Reprinted 3 years later in Night Shift; (2) JANE RUSSELL: Checking in with the BOSOM; (3) House Calls = Cartoons by Don Orehek; (4) High on (DENVER) the Mile High City; **** RARE early Stephen King collectible, in ANY Condition; VG = $59.00


GENT - Home of the D-Cups (Excellent / DUGENT Pub.);

1977; December (The Cat from Hell  = First printing of this rare Stephen King story) = SOLD OUT

1979; December (Stephen King = Man with a belly Short Story) = SOLD OUT



HEROES FOR HOPE- Starring the X-Men. Volume 1, Number 1. (December/1985; Wolverine-c; 52 page Giant; Original USA Comic Book; Marvel Pub; Full Color) **** CHARITY COMIC = All original Proceeds were Donated to FAMINE RELIEF ands Recovery in AFRICA; ** Features SCRIPTS by STEPHEN KING, Jim Starlin, Mike Grell , Bernie Wrightson, Harlan Ellison, ALAN MOORE & many others; ** Features ART by; Bernie Wrightson, John Byrne, John Romita Jr, Jim Starlin, John Buscema, Brent Anderson, Jeff Jones, Richard Corben, Mike Kaluta-, Frank Miller, Bill Sienkiewicz, Brian Bolland, Craig Russell, John Bolton, Steve Rude, Al Williamson, Gray Morrow, Paul Gulacy, Bob Layton, Jackson Guice, Howard Chaykin & others; FINE+, Near New $9; VG $6;


HIGH TIMES (Trans-High Corp Pub.); - 1981; April Talking Terror with Stephen King = SOLD OUT



the ILLUSTRATED STEPHEN KING. // Hise, James Van. [STEPHEN KING related] /// Book Description: Pioneer Book., Las Vegas, Nevada, USA., 1989. Soft Cover. Book Condition: FINE+, Near New. Stephen Bissette Cover & Interior Art; (illustrator). TRUE FIRST Collected Edition Thus. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Cover art by S.R. Bissette; (92 pages including cover); CONTENTS - (1) Introduction; (2) The Novels; (3) Short Stories; (4) Uncollected Short Stories; (5) Danse Macabre; (6) The Films; >> Includes; "EGYPTIAN GRAFFITI" Mummy story = 3 pages Comics, produced by Joe Kubert school of Art, text by Jane & Bob Stine, art by Stephen Bissette; >>> This is the RARE Original Limited edition Version (WITHOUT the addition of Clive Barker, and WITHOUT an ISBN number); >>> Book weight = 300 grams. Trade Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 7575-1 Price: US$ 29.00 );


IMAGI – MOVIES (Titan Pub) – 1993 (Volume 1 #1; Fall; Max Von Sydow as Stephen King's Leland Gaunt);

IMAGI – MOVIES (Titan Pub) Volume 1 #1 (Fall 1993; Max Von Sydow as Stephen King's NEEDFUL THING Leland Gaunt cover & article; Filming Stephen King's The STAND;  JUrotsukidoji - apan’s Animated Horror Erotica; David Fincher on directing Alien 3; Roger Corman; Stephen King's Tommyknockers; Stephen King's Dalk Half; Nemesis; TMNT – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; Maniac Cop 3; FN+ = $15.00 );



KING, STEPHEN - MASS MARKET PAPERBACKS = ASK For DETAILS on ANY of Interest; ++++ Carrie; **** Christine; Cujo; **** Danse Macabre; **** The Dark Half; **** The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger; **** The Dead Zone; **** Different Seasons; **** Dolores Claiborne; **** The Drawing of the Three; **** The Eyes of the Dragon; **** Fear Itself; the Horor Fiction of Stephen King; **** Firestarter; **** #4(Boxed Set; 3 different books); **** Four Past Midnight; **** Gerald's Game; **** (The Green Mile #1) The Two Dead Girls; **** (The Green Mile #2) The Mouse on the Mile; **** (The Green Mile #3) Coffey's Hands; **** IT; **** Kingdom of Fear: The World of Stephen King; **** The Long Walk (writing as Bachman, Richard); **** Misery; **** Needful Things; **** Night Shift; **** Nightmares and Dreamscapes; **** Pet Sematary; **** Roadwork (writing as Backman, Richard); **** The Running Man (writing as Backman, Richard); **** Salem's Lot; **** The Shining; **** Skeleton Crew; **** The Stand; **** The Talisman; **** Thinner; **** The Tommyknockers;


MIDNIGHT GRAFFITI MAGAZINE 1989;  STEPHEN KING-c/s = SOLD OUT



MONSTERLAND (New Media Pub. Inc; #4 up = Forrest J. Ackerman's Monsterland.)

1985; #2(April; Scarcest issue; Stephen King Interview; VG/FN $18);

1986; #15 (Stephen King interview - Halloween - Evila colour poster)



OUI - Magazine, for the Man of the World;

(Volume 7 #1; January 1978); >>> Jacqueline Bissett 7 page interview; >>> "The Fright Report" = 5 Page original article written by Stephen King /// KING, STEPHEN. - (Hugh M. Hefner, publisher/editor); Book Description: Playboy Press., Chicago, Illinois, USA., 1978. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. PHOTO Cover! (illustrator). TRUE FIRST Edition MAGAZINE Format Thus. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. OUI - Magazine, for the Man of the World; (Volume 7 #1; January 1978); Includes; (1) "The Fright Report" = 5 Page original article written by Stephen King); (2) Taking on the Censors, by Robert Sabbag; (3) Nose Job, by Donald Bowie; (4) History of Schoolgirls in American Movies; (5) Secret of the Little Man in the Boat, by Lisa Southern; (6) Pictorial on Maria; (7) Pictorial & centerfold on Eve; (8) Jacqueline Bissett 7 page interview; (9) Cult TV; (10) Girls of Madame Claude; (11) Hey Kids, let's rent the old barn & plan an invasion of Haiti, by Jim Hougan; (12) 2 Girls in Paris pictiorial = Louise & Rita; (13) Dolly Bird = 4 pages color comics, by Ken Taylor; >>> Magazine weight 300 grams. Magazine. Bookseller Inventory # 7576-1 Price: US$ 29.00 );


OUI magazine (Playboy / Laurant Pub. Inc);

1981; (August; covergirl = Faith; ** Jane Seymour interview; Mike Schmidt; Lynn Cheer; Sylvia Kristel; Henry Miller on Women; Steely Dan; Suzanne Henrik; Kings of Horror = 6 page Article with Photo’s & Converstions/ Interview’s from Five Fright Film Masters = Stephen King; George Romero, John Carpenter, David Cronenberg, Brian De Palma; FN+ = $29.00; VG/FN = $19.00)



PENTHOUSE the International magazine for Men - Magazine

Volume #7; #11; [July 1976; "The Ledge" (4 Pages of Stephen King); Weight for Postage = 465 Grams; G/VG =$14; VG- =$16.00 ];


PENTHOUSE - Magazine; (Volume 8 #7; March 1977;176 pages) >>>> Includes; (1) "Children of the Corn" (the Original appearance of this famous story) = 15 Page story By Stephen King, with Full page color art by Punchatz; (2) The Breaking of a President (re Richard Nixon; shattering the Watergate Myth); (3) Washington Lobbyists - Sex, Sin & Sleaze; (4) miss Jolanta Von Zmuda, Penthouse Pet of the Month & Centerfold; (5) Oh, Wicked Wanda = Sexy color comic strip; >>> Magazine weight 400 grams. (FN+ $30; FN $25.00; VG+ $18; VG $16.00; G/VG $13; G$10);

PENTHOUSE - Magazine; -

1982; April (Pet of the Month = Muriel Rousseau; Homemade Porn; 6 page Interview of Stephen King with Full Page Photo; Angelo Dundee Builder of Champions; Who Killed Sal Mineo;; VG/FN=$16.00; VG=$13.00; G/VG=$10.00);



PENTHOUSE - Magazine; Bob Guccione publisher & Editor; (Volume 14 #12; August 1983; 200 pages including covers); >>> Contains; (1) >> Yoko Ono & John LENNON: (Beatles) The Bizarre Final Years, by John Green / the Secret (Violent) life of John Lennon; Part-2 of 2 parts; Pete's Townsend's Interview & miracle DRUG Recovery; (3) Miss Shannna Ross = Pet of the Month; (4) 1 page on Violent Femmes with Photo; (5) Not just another NAZI = Otto von Bolschwing; (6) Sweet Charity = color comics, by Bob Guccione & Ron Embleton; >> Magazine weight 400 grams. ADULTS only! Very Good to Fine $16; VG $14 );


PENTHOUSE - Magazine (Volume 14 #11; July 1983); >> Yoko Ono & John LENNON: (Beatles) The Final Years; >>> "WORDS" = 1 Page By Stephen King; // Prince Charles after dark; KING, STEPHEN. - John Green /// Book Description: Penthouse International., New York, NY, USA., 1983. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Good to Very Good. PHOTO Cover! (illustrator). PBO (Paperback Original) True First Ed. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. PENTHOUSE- Magazine; Bob Guccione publisher & Editor; (Volume 14 #11; July 1983; 200 pages including covers); >>> Contains; (1) >> Yoko Ono & John LENNON: (Beatles) The Final Years, by John Green / the Secret (Violent) life of John Lennon; Part-1 of 2 parts; (Concluded next issue); (2) "WORDS" = 1 Page books article with one column commenting on Stephen King [page #56); (3) Prince Charles after dark; (4) (Miss Krista Simon = Pet of the Month; >>> Magazine weight 400 grams. ADULTS only; (FN = $24.00; VG/FN=$20.00);.



PENTHOUSE - Magazine; (Volume 20 #1; September 1988; 226 pages); >> Special Anniversary Issue; >>>> Contents; (1) "Nightmares in the Sky" 8 Page Photo-Essay By Stephen King; (2) "The Life of Death" By Clive Barker (8 pages); (3) Exclusive: GEORGE BUSH: Strange Family Ties; (4) Morton Downey Jr - the Real Racists; (5) smokers: Mad & fighting back; (6) Dave Parker interview; (7) Miss Twyla Martak, Pet of the Month; >> PLUS (NFL predictions, Pink Floyd scam, Lying about AIDS, Pete Rose vs Tad Szulc, Nazi War Criminals, Leonard Cohen); >>> Magazine weight 455 grams.(Bookseller Inventory # 7580-2; VG $19.00);


PLAYBOY - Magazine; (Volume 28 #1; January 1981; 336 pages); >> Holiday Anniversary Issue; (Hugh M. Hefner, publisher/editor); ** Centerfold Playmate; Karen Elaine Price, of California; >> Also Includes; (1) Barbara Bach =Cover Girl, plus Pictorial Essay by Bruce Williamson; (2) John Lennon & Yoko Ono interview; (3) Checking in with Neil Diamond; (4) Honky Tonk Angels Pictorial; (5) Little Annie Fanny comics, by Harvey Kurtzman & Will Elder; (6) "Why we crave Horror movies" = 11 page illustrated article by STEPHEN KING; (7); God Emperor of DUNE, by Frank Herbert; (8) "Heart Transplant" fiction by Ray Bradbury; (9) "All that Flash" = Flash Gordon, comic strip to filmstrip; (10) Playmate Review; >>> Weight = 600 Grams; (FN+ Near New $20; VG/FN=$13.00; VG = $10.00; G/VG $9);


PLAYBOY - Magazine (Volume 29 #1; January 1982; 320 pages); (Hugh M. Hefner, publisher/editor); >>> HOLIDAY Anniversary issue; ** Centerfold Playmate; Kimberly McArthur, of Texas; Natalie Levy Bencheton (Breasts) =Cover Girl; >> Also Includes; (1) George Carlin interview; (2) 20 Questions with John Matuszak; (3) On the Scene with Kathleen Turner, (4) John Derek's perfect 30 (Ursula Andress, Linda Evans & Bo Derek) = Wives Pictorial; (5) Soap Opera Sirens Pictorial; (6) "Between a Rock & a Soft Place" by Stephen King = talks about his choice in music and how it reflects his mood towards things that happen around him; (7) "Lords of the Rings" (Sports) by Richard Price; (8) "Killing" fiction by John Updike; (9) "Reagan of the Lost Art" by Jules Feiffer; (10) Carly Simon, Meryl Streep; (11) Little Annie Fanny comics, by Harvey Kurtzman & Will Elder; (12) Playmate Review; >>> Magazine weight = 600 grams. (VG = $10);


PLAYBOY - Magazine (Volume 30 #1; January 1983); >>> HOLIDAY Anniversary issue; Audrey and Judy Landers (cover) , Star in a Made for Playboy Pictorial, The Playboy Readers Sex Survey : The Returns are In, Holiday Heavyweights : Isaac Bashevis Singer,; ****"The Word Processor" by Stephen King; **** Centerfold & Playmate of the Month = Lonny Chin; "Like a Leaf" by Tom McGuane (illustrated by Larry Rivers) ; William F. Buckley, Jr., "A Matter of Style" by Leonard Michaels & D. Keith Mano; Larry L. King, Paul Erdman, "Ten Things That Make Me Laugh" by G. Gordon Liddy; *** Interview with Dudley Moore; **** Personality Profile with Eddie Murphy; "20 Questions of a Bulldog" with Herschel Walker,; "How to Survive the Holidays with Your Parents" by Dan Greenberg & Suzanne O'Malley, Plus : Shannon Tweed lovingly Photographed by George Hurrell, Cars '83 and a review of the past years delightful dozen playmates." >>> Magazine weight = 495 grams. VG$10);


PLAYBOY - Magazine (Volume 30 #6; June 1983; 272 pages); >>> (Hugh M. Hefner, publisher/editor); ** Centerfold Playmate; Jolanda Egger, of Switzerland; >>> Marianne Gravatte =Cover Girl, Playmate of the YEAR & Pictorial; >> Also Includes; (1) 20 Questions with Debra Winger; (2) The first publication of Lengthy "Candid Conversation" interview with Stephen King; (3) Johnny LaRue; (4) Morganna Pictorial = Baseball Kissing Bandit; (5) Robert Silverberg; (6) George Burns remembers SEX; (7) Jules Feiffer; (8) On the Scene with Monty Python, (9) Mel Gibson, (10) Sigourney Weaver; (11) Nolan Bushnell - the Wizard of Atari; >>> Magazine weight = 500 grams. (G/VG= $10);



PLAYBOY - Magazine (Volume 41 #9; September 1994; 164 pages) (Hugh M. Hefner, publisher/editor); ** Centerfold Playmate; Kelly Gallagher; >> Also Includes; (1) Robin Givens cover & pictorial; (2) David Geffen interview; (3) First publication of this article "Rockin' with the Remainders." by STEPHEN KING, with Dave Barry & Roy Blout Jr; (4) Hollywood confodential; (5) David Mamet's first novel; (6) Joyce Carol Oates; (7) 20 Questions with David Caruso; >>> Magazine weight = 350 grams.(VG=$9); (FN+$13);



PREVUE (Supergraphics; James / Jim STERANKO editor; formerly titled Comixscene & Mediascene);


PREVUE #54 - Mediascene Magazine (Volume 2 #14; 1983-1984); John Carpenter Stephen King Tom Selleck Lassiter Barbera Carrera Right Stuff Cliff Robertson interview Sean Connery James Bond Star Wars DUNE film FRANK FRAZETTA /// KING, STEPHEN. (James/Jim Steranko editor)
Book Description: Supergraphics Pub, Reading, Pennsylvania, USA., 1984. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Very Good to Fine. FRANK FRAZETTA Interior Illustrations. (illustrator). TRUE FIRST Edition MAGAZINE Format Thus. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. PREVUE - Magazine (Volume 2 #14; Issue #54; December/1983 - January 1984; 84 pages including covers); >> Includes; (1) John Carpenter's "Christine" = 4 Page film preview re Stephen King film, with 6 Photo's; (2) Tom Selleck is Lassiter film preview = 6 pages with 10 Photo's; (3) Barbera Carrera cover and 4 page article with 7 Photo's; (4) Right Stuff film preview = 6 pages with 15 Photo's; ;(5) Cliff Robertson interview = 6 pages with 7 Photo's; (6) Sean Connery is James Bond = 9 page article with 26 Photo's; (7) Billy Dee Williams as Lando from Star Wars = 4 pages with 4 photo's; (8) DUNE film preview = 5 pages with 6 Photo's; (9) FRANK FRAZETTA = 7 page interview with 7 Frazetta illustrations ; (10) Robert Hays = 3 pages with 3 photo's; >>> Magazine weight 200 grams. Magazine. Bookseller Inventory # 7585-1 Price: US$ 12.00 );


PREVUE #64; (May-July/1986; Laurene Landon cover & interview; STEPHEN KING’s Maximum Overdrive = 5 Page Movie Preview with 8 Photo’s; Also includes; Tom Cruise – Legend; Rob Lowe; Karen Black – Invaders from Mars; David Bowie = Absolute Beginners; Arnold Schwarzenegger vs Sylvester Stallone: Superstar Showdown;  John Carpenter,  Angel Tompkins, Emilio Estevez, Demi Moore;  Kurt Russell – Big Trouble in Little China;  Charles Bronson – Murphy’s Law; Melanie Griffith – Cherry 2000;  James Woods – Salvador; FN+ = $18.00);



QUESTAR- Magazine #3 March/1979; Stephen King Superman movie Battlestar Galactica Bakshi Lord of the Rings George Romero Dawn of the Dead Body Snatchers Stanley Kubrick Steve Ditko /// KING, STEPHEN. - Book Description: MW Communication., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA., 1979. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Very Good to Fine. Ron Mahoney Painted Cover./ Steve Ditko; (illustrator). TRUE FIRST Edition MAGAZINE Format Thus. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. QUESTAR- Magazine (#3; March/1979; 64 pages including covers); "Book Review" with SHINING 1 Page re Stephen King; >>> Also; Superman movie, Battlestar Galactica, Bakshi's Lord of the Rings, George Romero's Dawn of the Dead, Body Snatchers, Stanley Kubrick; "Expert" = 6 pages Comics, by Steve Ditko; "Assissin" = 10 pages Comics by W. McKay; ;>>> Magazine weight 200 grams. Magazine. Bookseller Inventory # 7587-1 Price: VG/FN US$ 12.00 );


Rod Serling's TWILIGHT ZONE- Magazine // THE TWILIGHT ZONE MAGAZINE (TZ Pub. Inc.)

Rod Serling's TWILIGHT ZONE- Magazine ( Volume 1 #1; April/1981; Premiere Issue); CONTENTS - (1) "Other Dimensions: Screen" by Gahan Wilson; (2) "Other Dimensions: Books" by Theodore Sturgeon; ***** (3) TZ Interview with STEPHEN KING by Charles L. Grant; ***** (4) "American Enters the Twilight Zone: Part One of TZ's Show-by-Show Guide" by Marc Scott Zicree; (5) "TZ Classic Teleplay: 'Walking Distance'" by Rad Serling; FICTION - (1) "Grail" by Harlan Ellison; (2) "Remembering Melody" by George R.R. Martin; (3) "Author's Query" by Fred C. Shaprio; (4) "The Rose Wall" by Joyce Carol Oates; (5) "The Death Runner" by Thomas Sullivan; (6) "The Next Sideshow" by Ramsey Campbell; (7) "Absolute Ebony" by Felice Picano; (8) "Three Cautionary Tales" by Robert Sheckley; (9) "Groucho" by Ron Goulart; **** Overall FN+ nearly New example, but with a printing Flaw that left spots on the cover, thus call it VG/FN $22; FINE+, Near New $36 );


Rod Serling's TWILIGHT ZONE- Magazine ( Volume 1 #3; June/1981); CONTENTS - (1) "Other Dimensions: Books" by Theodore Sturgeon; (2) "Other Dimensions: Screen" by Gahan Wilson; (3) "TZ Interview: Screen" by Tom Collins; (4) "100 Years of Fantasy Illustration" by Stephen DiLauro; (5) "Screen Preview" by Robert Martin; (6) "Show-by-Show Guide to TV's Twilight Zone: Part Three" by Marc Scott Zicree; (7) "TZ Classic Teleplay: 'The After Hours'" by Rod Serling; FICTION - ***** (1) The JAUNT = 13 page ORIGINAL Short story by STEPHEN KING; (Reprinted 4 years later in Skeleton Crew) **** (2) "Boucher Back-to-Back" by Anthony Boucher; (3) "The Assignment" by Mitch Potter; (4) "The Dreamshattering" by Mary Kittredge; (5) "The Fireman's Daughter" by Phyllis Eisenstein; (6) "Waiting for the Papers" by Alan Ryan; (7) "The Inn of the Dove" by Gordon Linzner; (8) "Deadline" by Mel Gilden; (9) "Scenicruiser and the Silver Lady" by Peter S. Alterman; *** This Magazine is part of an Original Owner Pedigree Collection, (the Manitoba Collection) of 50,000+ Comics, Magazines & Books. Most of the Items in this Collection have a UN-READ appearance, many obviously have NOT been read. Most still have Much or Most of the Original Cover Gloss. RARE early Stephen King collectible, in ANY Condition; This is an exceptional condition example, and is VERY RARE in this condition. Perfect for the discriminating Collector. *** Scarcer Thus = with NO Mailing Label. FINE+, Near New $29 );



Rod Serling's TWILIGHT ZONE- Magazine ( Volume 3 #2;May/June/1983); Anthony Perkins on Psycho II; Spielberg's Twilight Zone movie; V.C. Andrews interview; The Raft" Cover & 15 page Story by Stephen King; /// Book Description: TZ Publication., New York, NY, USA., 1983. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Good to Very Good. Artifact Cover Art. (illustrator). TRUE FIRST Edition MAGAZINE Format Thus. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. THE TWILIGHT ZONE- Magazine ( Volume 3 #2;May/June/1983; 104 pages including covers); Includes; (1) "The Raft" COVER & 15 pages Story by Stephen King; (2) Anthony Perkins on Psycho II; (3) Advance look at Spielberg's Twilight Zone movie; (4) V.C. Andrews interview; >>> Magazine weight 175 grams. >>> Condition = VG, but 1/2" chewed cover corner at bottom right, thus G/VG. Magazine. Bookseller Inventory # 7589-1 Price: US$ 12.00 );


Rod Serling's TWILIGHT ZONE- Magazine ( Volume 4 #3; August/1984); Firestarter Stephen King Star Trek III Leonard Nimoy interview Indiana Jones Harrison Ford interview Robert E. Howard Peter Kuper Shirley Jackson KING, STEPHEN. - Shirley Jackson, Robert E. Howard Book Description: TZ Publication., New York, NY, USA., 1984. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Good to Very Good. Artifact Cover / Peter Kuper Art; (illustrator). TRUE FIRST Edition MAGAZINE Format Thus. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. THE TWILIGHT ZONE- Magazine ( Volume 4 #3; August/1984; 104 pages including covers); >>> Includes; (1) Firestarter = 2 pages re Stephen King, with 4 color photo's; (2) Star Trek III; Spock Speaks - Leonard Nimoy interview; (3) Indiana Jones returms; Harrison Ford interview; (4) Wild Pussycats "the Feline Mystique" = 3 pages by Robert E. Howard, illustrations by Peter Kuper; (5) "One ordinary day with Peanuts" by Shirley Jackson; ;>>> Magazine weight 175 grams. Magazine. Bookseller Inventory # 7590-1 Price: US$ 10.00 );


Rod Serling's TWILIGHT ZONE- Magazine December/1985 (Stephen King interview, Vampire Lestat by Anne Rice; Paladin of the Lost Hour by Harlan Ellison; Phil De Guere; Twilight Zone on CBS TV; Give Us a Little Smile = Charles L. Grant; Night Gallery; 116 Pages including Covers; Mailing Label at bottom left cover corner. Magazine. Inventory # 13739-1,2,3 VG/FN = $9.90);



Rod Serling's TWILIGHT ZONE- Magazine ( Volume 5 #6; February/1986); *** Special STEPHEN KING issue; **** PHOTO Cover of STEPHEN KING; *** CONTENTS - FICTION - (1) The Fifth Quarter = 6 page short story by STEPHEN KING writing as John Swithen; (2) "The Last One Mo' Once Golden Oldies Revival" by F. Paul Wilson; (3) "The Age of Fish" by Patricia Stoll; (4) "Ska... Zik!" by Jeffrey Whitmare; (5) "The Crossing" by Peter Heyrman; (6) "The Gift" by Richard Partlow; (7) "Pillaging Poe" by A.R. Morlan; (8) "Televisionaries" by Larry Tritten; FEATURES - (1) "Talking Terror with STEPHEN KING" = 7 page INTERVIEW with by Douglas E. Winter; (2) STEPHEN KING Directs Maximum Overdrive' by Tyson Blue; (3) Collecting STEPHEN KING by Douglas E. Winter; (4) "Show-by-Show Guide to 'Night Gallery': Part Six" by Kathryn M. Drennan & J. Michael Straczynski; (5) "TZ Classic Teleplay: 'Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up'" by Rod Serling; OTHER DIMENSIONS - (1) "TZ Illuminations" by Peter Rondinone; (2) "TZ Tech" by Robert Edelstein; (3) "Books" by Doc Kennedy; (4) "Screen" by Gahan Wilson; (5) "TZ Video" by Welch Everman; *** Has a Mailing Label at left edge of cover. Near FINE. $13; VG/FN $15 );


ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE. (Super Summer Double Issue = July 19 - August 2 1984; Issue #426-427 ); The Revelations of Becka Paulson by Stephen King. ***** CONTENTS - (1) New Novel "The Bonfire of the Vanities" by Tom Wolfe; - **** SUMMER READING; (2) "The Revelations of Becka Paulson" by Stephen King: (3) The Rock Star and the Lifeguard" by Jackie Collins; **** SUMMER MOVIES - (4) "Steven Spielberg" by Lynn Hirschberg; (5) "Cinema Sleaze" by Kurt Loder; **** SUMMER FUN - (6) "Whoooo!!" - Coney Island Cyclone" by Dave Barry; (7) "The New Natural" - Meredith Sanford by Vic Ziegel; (8) "Hawaiian Shirts" by Patricia Malaughlin; (9) "Little Richard" by Gerri Hirchey; SUMMER MUSIC - (10) "Huey Lewis and the News" by Christopher Connelly; (11) "Thompson Twins" by Parke Puterbaugh; (12) "The Cars" by Steve Pond; (13) "Bruce Springsteen" by Debby Miller; (14) "Prince, Little Steven"; >>> Happy 50th Birthday to DONALD DUCK = Full page Painting / Pinup by Gottfried Helnwein; (Weight = 375 Grams)FINE+, Near New $20 );



SHAYOL Science Fiction magazine

#3 (1979 Richard Corben (1 pg) Alien Stephen King; SOLD OUT);

#6 (1982; STEPHEN KING, GEORGE R.R. MARTIN HARLAN ELLISON; SOLD OUT);



STARBURST (UK British MARVEL; SCI-FI MONTHLY MAGAZINE; Science Fiction of TV, Movies etc; Magazine, with Comics)

#25 (September/1980; Volume-3 #1; Stephen King's Salem's Lot on TV, with David Soul interview; Battlestar Galactica and Buck Rogers on TV; TV’s Buck Rogers Photo cover; Interview with Glen Larson; Irvin Kershner on Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back; SPFX for Superman; Fantastic Films of  Jack Arnold; Robin Williams in Popeye movie;  FN+=$14.00; Near FN=$10.00);

#44 (April/1982; HORROR Special; Halloween 2 Movie; 5 page article with Photo’s George Romero & Stephen King's Creepshow movie, with Richard P Rubinstein interview; Interview with Wes Craven; Suspiria; Fade to Black; Ghost Story; Possesion; Near FN=$11.90; VG/FN=$9.90);

#61 (September/1983; Volume-5 #1; Darth Vader Photo cover; Special Interview Issue; STEPHEN KING Interview, Carrie Fisher Interview, John Badham Interview re Blue Thunder, Dario Argento Interview, Ulli Lommell Interview, Lou Ferrigno Interview; Dan O'Bannon Interview; **Previews of = Starf Wars Retun of the Jedi, Psycho II & James Bond Octopussy; Near FN=$15.90);

#69  (May/1984; Volume-6 #9; Christine cover & 4 page article with 11 photo’s & mini  interview with  Stephen King; Tarzan in Greystoke; David Cronenberg Interview re Videodrome; Peeping Tom; 2084;  FN+=$16.90; VG=$10.90);

#70 (June/1984; Volume-6 #10; Martin Sheen in Stephen King’s Dead Zone cover & story with David Cronenberg Interview; John Sayles Interview; Joe Dante Interview; Sword of the Valiant preview. FN+=$16.90; G/VG=$8.90);

#84 (August/1985; Volume-7 #12; Stephen King's Cat's Eye cover & Movie review; Ridley Scott’s Legend; Ursula Le Guin – Riegel 9; Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea; Tom Selleck Runaway; Linda Hamilton; FN+=$11.90; VG/FN=$8.90; G/VG=$6.90);




Stephen King's The Stand (a Portfolio of illustration). Wrightson, Berni. (STEPHEN KING Related), Illustrated by Berni Wrightson! USA.: Glimmer Graphics. 1991 Soft Cover. First Thus. PORTFOLIO!. Set of limited ed. art prints, by Wrightson. (one of the all time great comic book artists). 12 illustrations in blue folder. 12x17- 1/2", large size portfolio. With silver embossed illustrated folder as cover! Prints= FINE; Folder=FINE. Weight for Postage = 500 Grams; Price=US$99.00;


STEPHEN KING: THE ART OF DARKNESS. -- Expanded & Updated Version. USA.: Signet Books. 1986 Soft Cover. Near FINE. Fourth Edition. Paperback. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" Tall. ISBN:0-451-15866-0. 327 pages with 8 B&W photo plate pages. "Winter gives us a thought-provoking look at both the private and professional King, not only as the phenomenon that turned horror into a national pastime, but as one of our finest contemporary writers. Behind-the-senes details of how each work was conceived and written, and in-depth analyses of Carrie, Firestarter, Cujo, Salem's Lot, Creepshow, The Shing, and Christine, make fascinating reading Winter's exclusive interview with King on Pet Sematary, as well as his sneak preview of the horrors yet to spring from King's word processor, brings this wizard of words of life - for serious students, avid fans, and those who just want to better understand and enjoy the stories of the 'Master of the Macabre.."; Weight for Postage = 300 Grams; Bookseller Inventory #3922 Price=US$9.00;



TIME magazine;

1982; August 30 (The New Ideal of Beauty: Fitness for Women; Jane Fonda; The Orient Express; Ronald Reagan; Master of Postliterate Prose = One Page article about  Stephen King with Photo, by Paul Gray; Mailing Label on cover, VG  = $10.90)

1986; October 06/ 1986 (USA Editions; Stephen King) = SOLD OUT


TIME - Magazine (November 5/1984; 120 pages including covers; "Tailsman" book review (2 columns on 2 pages on Stephen King & Peter Straub, with photo; page # 110,111.) Weight for Postage = 200 Grams; Condition= G/VG; Price=US$9.00);


TOMB OF DRACULA Magazine #4 - Marvel B&W Illustrated Comic. April 1980 >>["The Dark Beyond the Door: Walking Nervously Into STEPHEN KING'S World" = Article & INTERVIEW!] Illustrated by Gene Colan & John Buscema Art! NY,USA.: Marvel Comics Group, 1980 Soft Cover. Very Good. TRUE FIRST EDITION THUS. Magazine. 8"x11". Great Gothic Colan & Palmer cover art! DRACULA Comic story = "ANGELICA" = Roger McKenzie story, with GENE COLAN & Tom Palmer art = 37 page story! >>>> "The Dark Beyond the Door: Walking nervously into STEPHEN KING'S World" = Article by Freff, with photo's & INTERVIEW, Part 1 of 2 parts = 4 pages! (Concludes in issue #5) > This 6 issue series ran 1979/1980; Marvel Pub; B&W Comics magazine; 68 pages! ALL-NEW material! ALL with NO Comics Code = Aimed at a more Mature audience! All with nice GOTHIC STYLE covers! These are VERY popular again & have been rising in value in the comics price guide! Weight for Postage = 125 Grams; (VF=$14; FN/VF=$10; FN=$7; VG=$5);


TOMB OF DRACULA Magazine #5 - Marvel B&W Illustrated Comic. June 1980 >>["The Dark Beyond the Door: Smack in the Middle of STEPHEN KING'S World" = Article & INTERVIEW!] Illustrated by Gene Colan, John Buscema & Howard Chaykin art! NY,USA.: Marvel Comics Group, 1980 Soft Cover. Very Good. TRUE FIRST EDITION THUS. Magazine. 8"x11". Great Gothic Howard Chaykin cover art! DRACULA Comic story = "Sanctuary" = Roger McKenzie story, with GENE COLAN & Dave Simons art = 15 page story! (NUDITY & Death by Impalement!) "LILITH, Daughter of Death" comic story, with DRACULA appearing with Gene COLAN & Palmer art = 25 pages! (Lots of Nudity panels!) Dracula comics story "Pavane for an UNDEAD Princess" = PETER GILLIS story, with JOHN BUSCEMA & Bob McLeod art = 13 pages! >>>>"The Dark Beyond the Door, Part-2: Smack in the middle of STEPHEN KING'S World" = Article by Freff, with photo's & INTERVIEW, Part 2 of 2 parts = 4 pages! (Begins in issue #4) This 6 issue series ran 1979/1980; Marvel Pub; B&W Comics magazine; 68 pages! ALL-NEW material! ALL with NO Comics Code = Aimed at a more Mature audience! All with nice GOTHIC STYLE covers! These are VERY popular again & have been rising in value in the comics price guide! Weight for Postage = 125 Grams; (VF=$14; FN/VF=$10; FN=$7; VG=$5);

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TV GUIDE - May 13-19, 1995, Canada; Volume 19 #19 Issue 958; COVER STORY - Patrricia Richardson (Mother of Home Improvement); FEATURES - (1) Fright Flight "Stephen King's The Langoliers"; (2) "North to Sesame Street"; (3) COVER STORY - Partricia Richardson (mother of Home Improvements); *** Scarcer Thus = with NO Mailing Label. FINE+, Near New $14 );


Rod Serling's TWILIGHT ZONE- Magazine // THE TWILIGHT ZONE MAGAZINE (TZ Pub. Inc.)

1985; December (Stephen King, Anne Rice, Harlan Ellison);

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